I imported an existing complex multi-project Gradle setup into Buildship, using Eclipse Mars and Gradle 2.12 and the latest Buildship from Eclipse Marketplace. This is on Windows 7.1.
In the Gradle Test view, I double-clicked on the top-level imported folder and ran all the tasks - successfully. Then I switched to a command-line interface and tried to “gradle tasks”, and got:
Execution failed for task ':tasks'. > Could not determine the dependencies of task ':all'.
What did Buildship do to my project configuration and how can I fix it?
(I note that (a) “gradle tasks” always worked before; (b) there is no task named “all”.)